Spanx are obviously huge, and getting bigger. How — and why — did the girdle come back?
Victoria's Secret's "Sexy Little Bride" line is confusing: is it bridal lingerie, or some kind of kinky bride costume? Or both? The copy doesn't help: "I do Sexy! Who will you be tonight? Sexy little fantasies: There's one for every sexy you." All we know is, the juxtaposition of the veil and the lingerie is kind of…
Not that you can be one. You can't. In the words of one writer, "There is no democracy in angel land."
Call me old-fashioned, but I've always believed a certain degree of discretion — or, really, confidentiality — should prevail in professions like gynecology, drugstore clerking and bikini waxing. And now I'm thinking this should extend to bra-fitting.
In 10 Things I Hate About You, we were told that black underwear means you plan on having sex. A new survey kind of confirms it. Among other sweeping generalizations!
We wish we could say we believed this line of "Sexy Little Things" (found in "Sleep and Lounge") had anything to do with Halloween. Click to enlarge for the full experience. Assuming you'd even want that.
"A series of magnets scientifically arranged form minute batteries, recharging the blood with magnetism, without which life cannot exist, furnishing a wonderful remedy for Nervousness, General Debility, Indigestion, Rheumatism and Paralysis, the effect being exhilarating to the Wearer." [Vintage_Ads]
The "secret to Marilyn's curves" (as opposed, we suppose, to genetics) has been revealed in the form of some bra's "three cunning tricks."